Ayrshire 1, Sectarianism 0

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November 12 2018 Hundreds of people from across Ayrshire will join the battle against bigotry this week as part of our efforts to rid Scotland of sectarianism. Nil by Mouth will lead an ‘Action Week’in schools, colleges and workplaces across the county … Continued

European Football Comes to Barrhead

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October 15 2018 A Europe wide campaign to banish bigotry from football comes to Barrhead this week. On Tuesday 16th October fans of junior football clubs from across the West of Scotland will gather at Arthurlie Inns for an event … Continued

Diversity Celebrated In The Borders

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September 24 2018 Nil by Mouth had another excellent day out with Scottish Lowland League Club Gala Fairydean Rovers at the weekend as part of Scottish Borders Diversity Week. The charity were the official match day partners for the Borders … Continued

‘Bools & Bards’

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September 17 2018 One of Glasgow’s most historic sporting clubs played hosted to a unique ’Bools and Bards’ competition, believed to be the first of its kind in the UK, at the weekend. Hampden Bowling Club teamed up with football … Continued

Mossend 1, Bigotry 0

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September 17 2018 Two award winning Mossend schools have teamed up to help Nil by Mouth promote equality across North Lanarkshire. Over a hundred pupils from Mossend and Holy Family Primary Schools joined Nil By Mouth’s ‘Action on Sectarianism Week’ … Continued

Opinion Blog: Broken Hearts, not Broken Bottles

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July 30 2018 In our latest opinion piece, Nil by Mouth Director Dave Scott writes about the often overlooked issues of sectarianism beyond football. Broken Hearts, not Broken Bottles In 2015 internationally respected pollster Prof John Curtice published research into … Continued

Is Your School a Champion for Change?

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July 26 2018 With a new school term on the horizon, Nil By Mouth’s ‘Champions for Change’ schools programme enters its seventh year. Since it was launched in 2011 more than 25,000 pupils from over 100 schools across 25 local … Continued

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